All are welcome at this annual conference, organized by graduate students in the Dept of German Studies. Keynote address (Apr. 28) at the Goethe Institute (418 Sherbrooke St. E.): Gerd Gemunden, Dartmouth College, on "Grenzgänger: Billy Wilder's Accented Cinema." Saturday sessions at McGill, 688 Sherbrooke St. W. (rm 1041, 10 am); conclusion Sunday morning at the Goethe Institute.
Dr. Richard Robitaille, Département de Physiologie, Université de Montréal
Presentation by Rachelle Léger. RSVP to email below by May 15. Door prize; dessert and refreshments included.
Development of human pancreas: Search for endocrine progenitors for cell-based therapies for diabetes
Dr. Rennian Wang, Depts of Physiology & Pharmacology, Medicine, University of Western Ontario
Dr. Vincent Giguère, Molecular Oncology Group, MUHC
Dr. Evdokia Anagnostou, Dept of Psychiatry, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York
Possible sites include Hudson Valley / Catskills / Delaware Water Gap. The trip will focus on sites of geologic, natural or historical interest. Moderate hike of less than 10 miles.
Rehabilitation Science students from Quebec and Ontario universities present their graduate research.